Saturday, September 17, 2016
Amy's 5 star Review of Jameson (Brother's Ink #1) by Nicole James
Jameson O'Rourke owns the primo tattoo shop in town, one he's worked hard to build. And in his industry, he's the current 'it' boy, the reigning King of Ink. His career is on fire, so hot television has even come calling. And as a result, the town bad-boy has now become the town's favored son.
Ava Hightower needs his face on her flyers, if she is to have any hope of her charity gala and bachelor auction being a success. Unfortunately, they get along like oil and water. He's a hardheaded, controlling jerk, and she's already had one run-in with the man. Asking him, of all people, for help is the last thing she wants to do.
Not exactly a match made in heaven.
Jameson doesn't think too highly of Miss Hightower, either.
To him, she's just an uptight, stuck-up know-it-all; a little Miss Goody-two-shoes. Not in a million years was she the type that he'd have anything to do with. Unfortunately she is also on the city council, and therefore has the ability to screw with his business.
He needed her help once before, and she shot him down.
Now the tables are turned, and she needs his help. Well, my, my, sweetheart, karma can be a cold-hearted bitch.
But, hey, maybe he could work this to his advantage.
You scratch my back, I'll scratch yours, and all that crap.
So they cut a deal. One he has no intention of ever having to fulfill, because he plans to make it impossible for her to keep her end of it.
She thought she could outlast him. Guess again, sweet thing. She may be a stubborn woman, but she's met her match. And he has no intention of letting her win this game.
Be warned, sweetheart, because the King of Ink has plans to push your limits in ways you've never imagined.
This new series from Nicole James, author of the Evil Dead MC Series biker romance is a new addition to the bad boy romance genre with her hot, alpha, dominant men. It's bad boy romance in the tradition of Kristen Ashley, Joanna Wylde and Madeline Sheehan.
Jameson (Brothers Ink #1)
I am a Nicole James fan … a gi-normous fan so when I heard there was a series coming featuring the O’Rourke brothers I couldn’t have been happier. I love The Evil Dead MC series – and this is where we meet Jameson and his brothers. Each of these books would be considered stand alones but if you want to know the background on Jameson and where we first get our glimpse of him then you need to click up Wolf. Which I will say … will leave you heartbroken for Jameson. That book sets the standard of what you need for Jameson in understanding his demeanor.
Having said this I couldn’t be more thrilled at a new series. There are books that after turning the last page you fall on your face on your bed and breathe deeply. This is one of those books. I love Cole (Evil Dead --) don’t get me wrong but the O’Rourke brothers are giving the MC a run for their money.
Ava Hightower has had the somewhat of the same path as Jameson. She herself is a successful business woman who did It for her family. Personal reasons drive the need for her charity auction to be successful this year and her sister knows that Jameson O’Rourke is the key. Already having a run in with Mr. O’Rourke at a town council meeting, Ava wants nothing to do with the man. However her sister has other plans and karma is a real fricker at times.
This was such a fantastic story. I loved the characters and I LOVED meeting each of the O’Rourke brothers. Maxwell, Liam and Rory are going to be something and I can't wait to see how the story continues for Jameson and Ava. There is some high octane tension there. No spoilers.
We are treated to an excerpt from Maxwell at the end of Jameson and it looks to be just as magnificent. Jameson flows seamlessly and there are moments of hilarity between the brothers; each with their own story to tell but genuine love between them topped with loyalty and protection.
This book is free on Kindle Unlimited and worth the click either way. I do recommended reading Wolf first but that is just me because I am needy and like to know the backstory of every character I can. You don’t have to especially if you aren’t that OCD like me. I do recommend clicking up The Evil Dead Series. You don’t want to miss out on either of this wonderful gifts!
This was not an ARC – This was simply a MUST read for me.